Nation's Capital Moves Closer to Full Voting Rights

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The U.S. House of Representatives last month passed milestone legislation that would give the District of Columbia full representation in Congress. Former congressman and vice-presidential candidate Jack Kemp and a Washington Post columnist discuss the bill's future.

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